SAMSUNG Series 6 UE46EH6030 Full HD 46" Internet LED 3D TV with 2 pairs of Bluetooth 3D glasses   £566.10 Delivered @ PC World
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SAMSUNG Series 6 UE46EH6030 Full HD 46" Internet LED 3D TV with 2 pairs of Bluetooth 3D glasses £566.10 Delivered @ PC World

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Found 21st Oct 2012
Use code PCW499

A rated,Full HD,3D,2 free pairs of 3d glasses.good reviews with internet capabilities

The Samsung Series 6 UE46EH6030 Full HD 46" LED 3D TV takes you to a new dimension in home visual entertainment, sit back and get warped into the world of high definition 3D!

3D entertainment

Immerse yourself in the quality of high definition and 3D pictures. View even more and step into the 3D experience. The LED backlit television takes your home viewing to a new level, the active 3D technology furthers your viewing pleasure and the full HD picture ensures a beautifully sharp image.

With 2D to 3D conversion you can view 2D content in a new light, be part of the experience and view it in 3D!

A Freeview HD tuner gives you access to a variety of free channels including a number of HD channels so you can get started on your high definition viewing. An electronic programme guide makes it easy for you to plan your viewing over 8 days.

Connected experience

You can get more from the UE-46EH6030 TV by connecting to the internet via the Ethernet port or Wi-Fi dongle. You can explore more content and get interactive through the 46” television.

The LED 3D TV comes with 2 pairs of Bluetooth 3D glasses to get you straight into the incredible world of 3D for immersive viewing.

The 2 HDMI ports allow you to link other HD devices such as a games console or a Blu-ray player. Watch you movies in cinematic quality and play games with lifelike graphics!

You can even watch your own content on the HDTV via the USB port.

With 3D HyperReal Engine and SRS TheaterSound HD picture and sound enhancing technology, the Samsung Series 6 UE46EH6030 Full HD 46" LED 3D TV really delivers a truly entertaining performanc

44 Comments

Hi all.
Im looking for a new tv with 3d and smart, anything inbetween 42 -46 inch, so this deal seems to fit the bill.

Any thoughts on the tv and the deal, as it seem a good deal?

I presume the code given reduces it from the £629 its listed at on the PC world website?

Any advice would be welcome... Thanks in advance...

Nigelh

Hi all.Im looking for a new tv with 3d and smart, anything inbetween 42 … Hi all.Im looking for a new tv with 3d and smart, anything inbetween 42 -46 inch, so this deal seems to fit the bill.Any thoughts on the tv and the deal, as it seem a good deal?I presume the code given reduces it from the £629 its listed at on the PC world website?Any advice would be welcome... Thanks in advance...



come with 2 active specs, the debat between active/passive being the best will go on and on.

however, from a cost basis, passive are far, far cheaper (keep them from the cinema, and poundland have compatible ones) - active can be very pricey, and you only get 2 with this, so will need more to begin with....

plus, active's take batteries, batteries die, the law of Sod dictates they will die mid movie....

Just read that this isnt full 3d HD, anyone got any thoughts on this, as i cant see the point of buying a HD tv when the 3d is not full HD?

Banned

Nigelh

Just read that this isnt full 3d HD, anyone got any thoughts on this, as … Just read that this isnt full 3d HD, anyone got any thoughts on this, as i cant see the point of buying a HD tv when the 3d is not full HD?



don't bother basing yout tv purchase on 3d capabilities. how many 3d channels are on sky ...2? how many 3d films are there ? mainly kids ones

even if this tv was 50 quid cheaper than the closest model at JL or costco i would happily pay a little more for the peace of mind

Edited by: "maccamuz" 21st Oct 2012

I'm assuming that you have to buy the Smart dongle for this separately? There's nothing about what dongle you need to buy on the PCWorld page. Anyone?
Edited by: "Joe90_guy" 21st Oct 2012

I bought this tv recently, 51" 3d capable, built in wifi, comes with 2 active glasses.

avforums.com/rev…tml


Amazing TV would recommend it.

Im also looking at a new TV but 3d doesnt really bother me. Im looking at the 500 to 600 quid mark.

One thing that I always read is the Plasma VS LED.

LED is the newer trech right where the plasma is the older but alot of reviews say that most plasma TV's are better in the cheaper category than LED.

Confused!

I really want a SmartTV and theres so many about.

Is this a good purchase for my money?

I want to go for this TV. But I don't know if it's the same as the ES models? It's either this or a UE46ES6540 which is £1000. What is the difference?? Why is it £450 cheaper?

darthvader666uk

Im also looking at a new TV but 3d doesnt really bother me. Im looking … Im also looking at a new TV but 3d doesnt really bother me. Im looking at the 500 to 600 quid mark.One thing that I always read is the Plasma VS LED.LED is the newer trech right where the plasma is the older but alot of reviews say that most plasma TV's are better in the cheaper category than LED.Confused!I really want a SmartTV and theres so many about.Is this a good purchase for my money?



The two main affordable types of TV are LCD and Plasma.

LCD has various backlighting technologies :

CCFL - Older technolology superceded by LED

LED - Either edge lit or fully backlit

So to answer you, Plasma and LED are the current technologies that most consumers can afford.

Higher end technologies are Laser and OLED. Mitsubishi's LaserVue televisions are supposed to be the best.

these tvs upscale 2D to 3D don't they so it probably is worth looking at their 3d capabilities, I don't know off hand if any TVs have full Hd3d tho.
th closest model in JL will b twice th price, I think this is a good price but we are nearing xmas & as always there will b massive reductions b4 & after.

guys i took the plunge yesterday and brought an LG 47 inch smart LED 3d Freeview HD tv from richer sounds. It was advertised on here at john lewis for £679.99 and like you i didnt want to spend over 500.. so ive been watching this site for weeks and weeks researching and checking deals. consequently the john lewis price went up to £749 and the richer sounds one didnt move so i took the plunge while i still could. I was gutted when the price went up at john lewis so that told me how i really felt about the tv!

I came to realise that it was initially better to pay that bit extra for the 5 year warranty and free glasses (passive) but to go for a machine that has a great user interface and future proof. I wasnt too fussed about the 3d stuff either.. i dont even have sky or a 3d player.. however im glad i got it tho as the 2d to 3d upscaling/ converting on normal films and tv is really really good. :-)
i figured by the time you have found a tv for £500~ then you add more glasses and warranty etc youll be paying close to that anyway, so i went for this based on the interface and build quality.
here is the link to the thread..
hotukdeals.com/dea…e=3

and the richer sounds link still at £679.99

richersounds.com/pro…20t

best regards
Dave

jumpinoffthbed

these tvs upscale 2D to 3D don't they so it probably is worth looking at … these tvs upscale 2D to 3D don't they so it probably is worth looking at their 3d capabilities, I don't know off hand if any TVs have full Hd3d tho. th closest model in JL will b twice th price, I think this is a good price but we are nearing xmas & as always there will b massive reductions b4 & after.



Personally I'd only ever watch content that was created in 3D. 2D to 3D conversion is pointless in my opinion. The capability of a 3D TV should never be judged by how well it can convert 2D content to 3D. It should be judged solely by how well it displays 3D content.

If this came with a 5 year warranty I think I'd have to bite after having a year of enviously watching tv deals come and go on this site whilst telling myself my 3 year old Sony is perfectly fine. I suppose it must be like being married. Your wife is perfectly fine, works well, performs her tasks with ease, but there's always a younger model with a larger bezel available

u can't tell pple what they should judge their tv on fishmaster, everyone likes different things. look at FTOdudes post, he loves his TVs upscaling ability. & tbh if I spent a load of money on a tv it would b very important to me aswell.

u told pple what they should judge a tv on, pple will judge a tv on how it performs th things they like which might not b the same things as u.

jumpinoffthbed

u can't tell pple what they should judge their tv on fishmaster, everyone … u can't tell pple what they should judge their tv on fishmaster, everyone likes different things. look at FTOdudes post, he loves his TVs upscaling ability. & tbh if I spent a load of money on a tv it would b very important to me aswell.



Ok well, my primary concern regarding 3D would be how well it displays 3D, any 2D to 3D conversion would be secondary to that. I don't have this TV so I can't tell you how good it is at 2D to 3D conversion. I'm sure there will be professional and consumer reviews online though. I must say though I'm tempted by this deal. So I will be having a look at some reviews. I just will ignore any comments regarding 2D to 3D :P hehe. I hardly watch TV, it's just for when visitors come round so they have some to glare at inanely. I am very fussy though. I just sent back a Finlux 42" TV because it wasn't great. So even though I won't watch the TV much, when I do watch it, I do want it to be of an acceptable quality.
Edited by: "fishmaster" 21st Oct 2012

Chewchewcheroo

If this came with a 5 year warranty I think I'd have to bite after having … If this came with a 5 year warranty I think I'd have to bite after having a year of enviously watching tv deals come and go on this site whilst telling myself my 3 year old Sony is perfectly fine. I suppose it must be like being married. Your wife is perfectly fine, works well, performs her tasks with ease, but there's always a younger model with a larger bezel available



Most people want a smaller bezel these days, I see what you mean though. Some people are never happy with what they have. Sums me up perfectly I'm learning to accept what I have though, plus I'm not rich so I can't have what I think I want anyway.
Edited by: "fishmaster" 21st Oct 2012

There's also this deal >

hotukdeals.com/dea…371

I'm guessing the Samsung would be the one to go for based on picture quality. I need to investigate this more. Was just about to reserve and collect this deal at local Currys.

I bought this TV when it was just over a grand last year. It has a great picture and is also very thin for wall mounting. It also has lots of codecs built in including MKV for playing content from a hard drive. The 3D is as good as any other tv when using a 3D Bluray player.
For this TV at this price I would not hesitate. It's also worth noting that the blacks produced on this TV are very deep like a plasma.
10/10 for me, bargain.

Great Deal HOT - But I'm still waiting for the 8000 or 7000 to come down a couple of hundred quid before Christmas. Big big difference in everything between these TV's.

3D is dying a slow death. Id judge the tv on its everyday capabilities. I bought a 3D TV last january and i can honestly say that since the first week i havent watched a single 3D movie/programme on it. Its just a silly fad and really doesnt improve the films watchability at all, if anything it makes it a chore to watch. Id much prefer a good quality Blu Ray than 3d.

3D is good for the quirk for a week or so, but after that youll wonder what all the fuss was about.

I cant comment on this tvs everyday screen quality,but dont just get this tv because its 3d...if theres a non 3d one that has better reviews on the set then id get that.

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Chewchewcheroo

If this came with a 5 year warranty I think I'd have to bite after having … If this came with a 5 year warranty I think I'd have to bite after having a year of enviously watching tv deals come and go on this site whilst telling myself my 3 year old Sony is perfectly fine. I suppose it must be like being married. Your wife is perfectly fine, works well, performs her tasks with ease, but there's always a younger model with a larger bezel available



I prefer the younger models with smaller bezels!

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healvis

I bought this TV when it was just over a grand last year. It has a great … I bought this TV when it was just over a grand last year. It has a great picture and is also very thin for wall mounting. It also has lots of codecs built in including MKV for playing content from a hard drive. The 3D is as good as any other tv when using a 3D Bluray player.For this TV at this price I would not hesitate. It's also worth noting that the blacks produced on this TV are very deep like a plasma.10/10 for me, bargain.



Just a quick question mate, can this/your TV play MKV's from uPNP sources (EG NAS with uPNP server built in?)

Just my thoughts,

I've recently bought sony KDL-40HX723 which I still believe good choice..hv spent lot of time in review, the newer version KDL-40HX753, 853 would be better then mine.. but I would say it's not bad to go for one of 40HX model if you find it's on offer.

the! quote=Anarchist][ote=healvis] I bought this TV when it was just over a grand last year. It has a great picture and is also very thin for wall mounting. It also has lots of codecs built in including MKV for playing content from a hard drive. The 3D is as good as any other tv when using a 3D Bluray player.
For this TV at this price I would not hesitate. It's also worth noting that the blacks produced on this TV are very deep like a plasma.
10/10 for me, bargain.[/quote]

Just a quick question mate, can this/your TV play MKV's from uPNP sources (EG NAS with uPNP server built in?)[/quote]

The WD TV Live plays MKV's & virtually every other video format. Best Media Player I've ever bought and well worth the investment!

do the glasses work on any active set (I have an active panny too)

FoyleFlyer

the! quote=Anarchist][ote=healvis] I bought this TV when it was just over … the! quote=Anarchist][ote=healvis] I bought this TV when it was just over a grand last year. It has a great picture and is also very thin for wall mounting. It also has lots of codecs built in including MKV for playing content from a hard drive. The 3D is as good as any other tv when using a 3D Bluray player.For this TV at this price I would not hesitate. It's also worth noting that the blacks produced on this TV are very deep like a plasma.10/10 for me, bargain.



Just a quick question mate, can this/your TV play MKV's from uPNP sources (EG NAS with uPNP server built in?)[/quote]

The WD TV Live plays MKV's & virtually every other video format. Best Media Player I've ever bought and well worth the investment![/quote]

It works with all the uPNP devices I have tried, data sticks and a couple of external drives.

Does anyone know if this screen is better than the toshiba 46TL963?

Is this edge lit LED or FULL backlit?
Edited by: "Laubi02" 22nd Oct 2012

Im moving into a new house in January... Im debaiting wether to order this now or wait till the salesin January.


Anyone know what the picture is like? I've read reviews that its a bit soft? Great bargain though!

Laubi02

Does anyone know if this screen is better than the toshiba 46TL963? Is … Does anyone know if this screen is better than the toshiba 46TL963? Is this edge lit LED or FULL backlit?



Samsungs website says "Sharper images with LED backlight" samsung.com/uk/…res but Argos says "edge lit" argos.co.uk/sta…JUN

Is this worth buying or do you think the price of these will drop more and perhaps have 5 years warranty? I'm tempted by this and the Toshiba one but I don't really need a Blu-ray player because I have a PS3. I suspect the image on this will be better than the Tosh.
Edited by: "Sharpe" 22nd Oct 2012

Toshiba image was not great - it is good for the price on offer but I would guess the Samsung would be a lot better.

Bought the SMART TVless version of this about a month ago for £630 after watching/looking for a while. Gotta say I'm chuffed with it, so much so I don't mind this is a few quid cheaper. Needless to say this is a good deal.

bruj3w

Bought the SMART TVless version of this about a month ago for £630 after … Bought the SMART TVless version of this about a month ago for £630 after watching/looking for a while. Gotta say I'm chuffed with it, so much so I don't mind this is a few quid cheaper. Needless to say this is a good deal.



This verison isn't a SMART tv either

spenspuma

3D is dying a slow death. Id judge the tv on its everyday capabilities. I … 3D is dying a slow death. Id judge the tv on its everyday capabilities. I bought a 3D TV last january and i can honestly say that since the first week i havent watched a single 3D movie/programme on it. Its just a silly fad and really doesnt improve the films watchability at all, if anything it makes it a chore to watch. Id much prefer a good quality Blu Ray than 3d.3D is good for the quirk for a week or so, but after that youll wonder what all the fuss was about.I cant comment on this tvs everyday screen quality,but dont just get this tv because its 3d...if theres a non 3d one that has better reviews on the set then id get that.


damn that 3d, as much a fad as them damn Talkies, never take off.

Just tried to buy this..... Code does not work..!!!!!

I think it's expired. Code doesn't work now!

Original Poster SuperEd

peggy79

I think it's expired. Code doesn't work now!



Code updated

goonertillidie

Code updated



Thanks for the new code "PCW499".

spinach_pie

This verison isn't a SMART tv either



Says internet in the description, thought it was. Oh well!
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